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Monday Edition Love Television Evening News May 18, 2015


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Teenager Says He Was Abducted and Beaten


A teenager of a Jane Usher Boulevard address in Belize has told Police that on Monday, March 16, he was taken from Faber’s Road at around nine o’clock by persons in a minivan.  The complainant, 19-year-old, Abel Lara Junior says after being taken, he was beaten then taken to an area at mile eight on the Philip Goldson Highway where ... Read More »

From Deplorable to Comfortable; Elderly Women Receives Assistance


Last week we brought to you the story of a 69-year-old woman, Doris Lynch Flowers and the deplorable conditions she was living under on Victoria Street in Belize City.  Immediate assistance was rendered to her after we spoke with UDP’s Standard Bearer for the Fort George Division, Roger Espejo and today, we went to see what progress had been made.  ... Read More »

Draconian Actions Reported By Teacher at Baptist High School


In 2012, Belmopan Baptist High School was in the spot light when the school’s former principal, Norman Willacey, was fired following an accusation of having inappropriate relationship with a female student. Following his unceremonious departure, the student body staged a protest and walked out of the class rooms. Last June, the school made headlines again when two teachers were being ... Read More »

Guatemalan Military Detains Belizeans in Southern Belize


Social media was all ablaze on Saturday evening after it was reported that a group of Belizeans had been detained by Guatemalan military personnel while making their way back from placing a marker at the border point at Gracias a Dios in Southern Belize.  Reporter Hipolito Novelo has been following the story and filed this report. HIPOLITO NOVELO REPORTING “A ... Read More »

Faber Joins Media In Imploring for Answers from UB


This morning, Love News was part of a media breakfast made possible by the Ministry of Education.  The breakfast meeting was held with the objective of updating the media on the recent developments in the country’s education sector via presentations by the Education Minister, Patrick Faber; his Chief Executive Officer, David Leacock and other heads of departments.  One of the ... Read More »

Northern Belize Sees Reduction in Major Crimes

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There was a reduction in major crime in the northern part of the country in 2013.  Arturo Cantún spoke with the officers commanding the Regional Command of the Belize Police Department who explained the strategy that they will implement in order to keep the crime statistics down and build safer communities. ARTURO CANTUN REPORTING Over all the northern part of ... Read More »

Council of Churches Will Support Gender Policy Based on Some Clarifications


Since the Belize Women Commission released the Revised Gender Policy 2013 back in March, it has been the subject of ongoing debate and contentions. The latest reaction that the policy has attracted is the organized march taking place in every district. Certain church leaders and pastors believe that the policy is not in line with the constitution of Belize and ... Read More »

Protesters March Against National Gender Policy


A protest against the revised National Gender Policy took place today in the Cayo District. Correspondent Fem Cruz filed this report earlier today. FEM CRUZ “The constitutional march for righteousness against the gender policy continues across the country. On Tuesday July 9, all roads lead to San Ignacio. To tell us more about Tuesday’s march and rally in San Ignacio ... Read More »

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